LTE is defined in standard 3GPP (Third Generation Partnership Project) Release 8 and is also an evolution of 1xEV-DO technology as part of the Roadmap 3GPP2 standards. With such specifications, LTE is designed to provide spectrum efficiency which is better, increased radio capacity, operational costs are cheaper for the operators, and mobile broadband service quality for users.
Most fundamental changes of LTE compared to previous standard consists of 3 main things, namely the air interface, network radio and core network. In the future, to download and upload the video with high quality, access e-mail with large attachments, invite friends to play your favorite game in any place, can be done using LTE.
For the band spectrum that is very influential with the performance of the network, can operate on the LTE standard IMT-2000 (450, 850, 1800, 1900, 2100 MHz) and the new spectrum band such as 700 MHz and 2.5 GHz.
The allocation of the band width is very flexible, ranging from 1,3,4,5,10,15 to 20 MHz, which promises high flexibility in the use of spectrum.
When viewed in terms of the market, LTE capable of strengthening the position of telecommunications service as increasing the value of the network economy as a whole, coverage of a wider network, and data capacity is greater. Operator can also be more flexible to give the needs of the market changes more quickly at the same time able to offer broadband data services in large scale. While for the consumer looking for a cheap fare, LTE be the answer to the needs of the telecommunications more economical.
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